Senior Researcher - Energy - Karachi, Pakistan

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Senior Researcher - Energy

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Ph.D., MPhil or Masters in Economics or Energy Economics

Minimum Experience
5 Years

Posted on
Jan 17, 2022

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The Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce & Industry
Policy Advisory Board of FPCCI has the mandate to provide research-based support to FPCCI Members, Standing Committees and Joint Business Councils/Chambers to undertake research, analysis, policy advocacy on macroeconomic, industrial, agriculture, energy, taxation/tariffs, ease of doing business, and trade policies. Policy Advisory Board solicits applications for the following contractual positions (3-Year) - with a 6-Month probation period (inclusive). Applicants with expertise in statistical and econometric software like R, Stata, EViews, SPSS will be highly preferred for the following positions.

Ph.D., MPhil or Masters in Economics or Energy Economics from a reputable university.
A knowledgeable individual having prior five or more years of research and analytical experience vis-a-vis energy sector in government, private-sector, think tanks or academia and will be expected to bring in specialized knowledge of energy sector research, planning & policy management and make useful contributions based on past research or consulting publications in energy sector; including career in research related to national energy policy & tariffs; which have been noticed at the policy level.
Be well aware of data sources, data collection practices, generation of surveys and quantitative assessments related to the energy sector.
Be knowledgeable of the energy and tariffs environment of Pakistan and regional countries; as well as that of international energy sector trends.

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